Internet Classico #3 – A fax from Cooter in Orlando

Safe for work if you’re wearing ear devices.
Once upon a time, there was an Internet before You Tube.

Remember the halcyon days of the Internet? The days when it took 10 minutes to download a single lo-res jpeg of Kathy Ireland?

Office comedians would ‘attach’ a humor file to their email. Imagine the joy of yore, when Bob in procurement was daring enough to attach a sound file! There were many sound files that got through the firewall before people wearing t-shirts saying the word “Leet”. Funnily enough, I could not find the sound file. It might be lost in  the compressed archives of a digital museum next to the executable file that says ‘Netscape’.

Luckily enough, we have You Tube, so the kids these days don’t have to worry about whether iTunes plays OGG. I would recommend you play the file and close your eyes; if only to let nostalgia wave over you – or to alternately avert your eyes from the terrible graphics someone has applied to this video. The sound is what you’re here for.

I am Fergus Gomez Dog, and I don’t have time for this. Armageddon.

Internet Classico is the series where we bring… You can also view episodes one and two.

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Fergus Gomez Dog is a real dog. Fergus Gomez Dog is also metaphyiscal manifestation of internet, social media, search and feed algorithims which we adjust every few days based on choices he makes, continually creating random twists. We bring you footage, details on the algorithim and the results.

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